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mw. mr. dr. C.M. (Catherine) Brölmann

Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
Fotograaf: Dirk Gillissen

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  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Kamernummer:10.16
Postadres
  • Postbus 15859
    1001 NJ Amsterdam
  • Profile

    Catherine (Kiki) Brölmann is an associate professor of international law at the Department of International Law, and  a research fellow at the Amsterdam Center for International Law. She is Director of the PhD Programme in Law at the UvA, and director of the Research Master in Public International Law

    Brölmann is a member and vice-chair of the Advisory Committee for  Public International Law of the Netherlands Government. Since 2019 she is a Visiting Professor at Université Lyon 3.

    She holds a degree in law (LL.M and PhD, UvA) and in Italian and Romance Literature Studies (MA, UvA). Other (legal) formation includes a diploma of the University of Helsinki Summer Seminar.

    Research

    Her work has focused on general international law;  law of international organization(s); international rule of law; rule-making processes;  interaction between national, international and institutional legal orders; theory of international law; law of treaties; collective human rights; international law and governance of water and other natural resources.

    She is co-editor-in-chief of Oxford International Organizations (OXIO); editor on the board of the  International Community Law Review; member of the Scientific Board of the International Law Book Series with Editoriale Scientifica, and of the International Board of Editors of the  Polish Review of International and European Law. She is a delegate member of the Studygroup on Content and Evolution of the Rules of Interpretation, International Law Association, and of the former ILA Studygroup on Responsibility of International Organisations.

    She held visiting Research Fellowships at the Lauterpacht Centre, University of Cambridge;  at Queen Mary College, University of London; at the University of Bologna, and at the Humboldt Universität in Berlin. In 2012 she was visiting professor at the Institute of Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna.

    Brölmann has worked for an extensive period on secondment to the legal division of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has worked with the practice of international law also a.o. as an external legal advisor to  the organization Both Ends -  i.a. in  the steering group of the government-funded project  "The Right to Water at the World Bank" -, as a member of the Board of Directors of WaterLex (Geneva), as an expert to the Court of Appeal in The Hague, and as an external legal expert to the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF) on modifications in the OTIF constitutive treaty.

    PhD Supervision

    Completed (as co-promotor)

      • E Kok, Complicity in the law of International Responsibility (with prof A Nollkaemper) 2018
      • N Nedeski, Shared obligations in public international law (with prof A Nollkaemper) 2017
      • E Irving, Shared Responsibility in International Criminal Justice: Protection of Individuals Appearing Before International Criminal Tribunals (with prof G Sluiter and prof A Nollkaemper) 2017

    Ongoing (as second promotor)

      • O Shehabi, on Unlawful Regimes, Permanence, Peacemaking and International Responsibility (with prof A Nollkaemper)
      • S Aksünger on Revisiting the Lotus Case (with prof I Venzke) 
      • T Vieira da Silva Cabrita on  EU’s contribution to the development of international law at the UN International Law Commission (with prof Chr. Eckes)
      • W Worster on Diplomatic Guarantees in case of Extradition (with prof J d’Aspremont -Sciences Po)
      • Yu Chen on Legal Responsibility of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) in Relation to Environmental Effects of their Project Financing (prof A Nollkaemper) 

    Amsterdam Center for International Law

    Advisory Committee for International Law of the Netherlands' Government

    Oxford International Organizations (OXIO)

    International Community Law Review

    ESIL Reflection - SDG 6 as a Game Changer for International Water Law (2018)
    Theory and Practice of International Lawmaking (2016)
    The Institutional Veil in Public International Law (2007)

    Selected Publications

    SSRN author page http://ssrn.com/author=408220 [see for a full list of publications below]

    • 'Specialized Rules of Treaty Interpretation: International Organizations’,  in D Hollis (ed), The Oxford Guide to Treaties (OUP 2012), fully revised chapter for second edition (OUP 2020 forthcoming).
    • 'Capturing the Juridical Will of International Organizations' in Jean d’Aspremont and Sufyan Droubi (eds), International Organizations and the Formation of Customary International Law (Manchester University Press, 2020, Forthcoming)
    • ‘Personality’ in J d’Aspremont & S Singh (eds), Concepts for International Law ‐ Contributions to Disciplinary Thought (London, Edward Elgar, 2019), with J Nijman
    • ‘Sustainable Development Goal 6 as a Game Changer for International Water Law’, European Society of International Law Reflection Vol. 7, Issue 5, 2018
    • “Typologies and the ‘Essential Juridical Character’ of Treaties” in M Bowman and D Kritsiotis (eds), Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the Modern Law of Treaties (Cambridge University Press 2018)
    • ‘The Law of Treaties before Domestic Courts’, in PA Nollkaemper, A Reinisch, R Janik & F Simlinger (eds), International Law in Domestic Courts (Oxford University Press 2018), with C Binder. 
    • Research Handbook on the Theory and Practice of International Lawmaking (London, Edward Elgar Publishers, 2016), with Y Radi (eds).
    • The 1980 ICJ advisory opinion on Interpretation of the Agreement of 25 March 1951 between the WHO and Egypt, in I Dekker, C Ryngaert, R Wessel, J Wouters (eds) Leading Judicial Decisions of the Law of International Organizations (Oxford University Press, 2016).
    • “Member States and International Legal Responsibility: Developments of the Institutional Veil”, 12 (2015) International Organizations Law Review 358-381
    • ‘The PCIJ and International Rights of Groups and Individuals’, in Chr Tams & M Fitzmaurice,  Legacies of the Permanent Court of International Justice (Leiden-Boston, Martinus Nijhoff, 2013), 123-143
    • CM Brölmann & A Tanzi (eds), Community and Sovereignty : Transboundary Aquifers and International Law (Brill, 2011 - Special Issue of the ICLRev vol. 13)
    • 'International Organizations and Treaties: Contractual Freedom and Institutional Constraint' in J Klabbers (ed.), Research Handbook on International Organizations, London, Elgar Publishers, 2011, 285-312 
    • 'Challenging International Criminal Tribunals before Domestic Courts', in A Reinisch (ed.), Challenges of Acts of International Organizations before National Courts (Oxford University Press, 2010), 111-136 (with J d'Aspremont)  
    • The Institutional Veil in Public International Law: International Organisations and the Law of Treaties, Oxford , Hart Publishers, 2007 [see link below] -- (Reviews include the European JIL,  American JIL, Netherlands JIL, the Journal of Conflict and Security Law) 
    • 'Deterritorialization in International Law : Moving away from the Divide between National and International Law' in J Nijman & A Nollkaemper, New Perspectives on the Divide between National and International Law, Oxford University Press, 2007, 84-109 [see link below]
    • 'A Flat Earth? International Organizations in the System of International Law', in  International Organizations , Series: Library of Essays in International Law, Ashgate, 2006, 183-206 (reprint from the Nordic Journal of IL)
    • 'Beyond state sovereignty: The Human Right to water' in 5 Non-State actors and International Law 2005, 183-208 (with Th Kiefer).
    • 'Law-Making Treaties: Form and Function in International Law', 74 Nordic Journal of International Law 2005, Issue 3, 383-404
    • 'Limits to the Treaty Paradigm' in M Craven & M Fitzmaurice (eds.), Interrogating the Treaty: Essays in the Contemporary Law ofTreaties , Wolf Legal Publishers, 2005, 28-39

    Sustainable Development Goal 6 as a Game Changer for International Water Law (ESIL Reflection)

    Guest editorial on Yukos arbitral awards (ESIL Newsletter 2016)

    Blog post: Secession within the Union - after Scotland's NO, the quest for a legal framework continues (ACELG 2014)

    Blog post: International Law as a Tool for Global Water Governance (The Broker 2013)

    The Institutional Veil in Public International Law

    Teaching

    Currently taught courses at the UVA are Internationaal Publiekrecht; International Organization; and the research master seminar series on the International Rule of Law. Other focal areas of teaching are the Law of Treaties,  Sources & Foundations of International Law; Law & Practice of the United Nations, International Water Law and the EU as an international actor.

    Visiting and associate lectureships include Queen Mary college, University of London; University of Leiden; University of Helsinki; Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam; University of Bologna; Yeditepe University of  Istanbul; Nederlandse Academie voor Wetgeving // Netherlands Academy for Legislation; The Hague Academy for International Law (external programme 2020). 

    Internationaal Publiekrecht

    International Organization

  • Publicaties

    2020

    2019

    2018

    • Binder, C., & Brölmann, C. (2018). The Law of Treaties. In A. Nollkaemper, & A. Reinisch (Eds.), International Law in Domestic Courts : A Casebook (pp. 197-242). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]
    • Brölmann, C. (2018). Sustainable Development Goal 6 as a Game Changer for International Water Law. ESIL Reflections, 7(5). [details]
    • Brölmann, C. (2018). Typologies and the ‘Essential Juridical Character’ of Treaties. In M. Bowman, & D. Kritsiotis (Eds.), Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the Modern Law of Treaties (pp. 79-102). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316179031.006 [details]
    • Brölmann, C. M. (Guest ed.), Collins, R. (Guest ed.), Droubi, S. (Guest ed.), & Wessel, R. A. (Guest ed.) (2018). Special Issue: Exiting International Organizations. International Organizations Law Review , 15(2), 243-419. [details]
    • Brölmann, C. M., Collins, R., Droubi, S., & Wessel, R. A. (2018). Exiting International Organizations: A Brief Introduction. International Organizations Law Review , 15(2), 243-263. https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-01502001 [details]

    2016

    • Brölmann, C., & Radi, Y. (Eds.) (2016). Research handbook on the theory and practice of international lawmaking. (Research handbooks in international law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [details]

    2015

    2013

    • Brölmann, C. (2013). The PCIJ and International Rights of Groups and Individuals. In C. J. Tams, & M. Fitzmaurice (Eds.), Legacies of the Permanent Court of International Justice (pp. 123-143). (Queen Mary studies in international law; No. 13). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. [details]

    2012

    • Brölmann, C. (2012). Specialized Rules of Treaty Interpretation: International Organizations. In D. B. Hollis (Ed.), The Oxford guide to treaties (pp. 507-524). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]

    2011

    • Brölmann, C. (2011). International organizations and treaties: contractual freedom and institutional constraint. In J. Klabbers, & Å. Wallendahl (Eds.), Research handbook on the law of international organizations (pp. 285-312). (Research handbooks in international law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [details]
    • d' Aspremont, J., & Brölmann, C. (2011). Challenging international criminal tribunals before domestic courts. In A. Reinisch (Ed.), Challenging acts of international organizations before national courts (pp. 111-136). Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199595297.003.0005 [details]

    2019

    • Brölmann, C. M. (2019). ILO Convention Practice : Mixed Methods in Norm-Setting for Social Justice. In G. Politakis, T. Kohiyama, & T. Lieby (Eds.), ILO100 – Law for Social Justice (pp. 137-147). Geneva: International Labour Organization.
    • Brölmann, C. M., van Alebeek, R., Nollkaemper, P. A., & Nedeski, N. (Eds.) (2019). Jurisprudentie en documentatie Internationaal publiekrecht. (8e ed.) (Boom jurisprudentie en documentatie). Den Haag: Boom Juridisch.

    2017

    • Brölmann, C., van Alebeek, R., & Nollkaemper, A. (Eds.) (2017). Jurisprudentie en documentatie internationaal publiekrecht. (7e ed.) (Boom jurisprudentie en documentatie). Den Haag: Boom Juridisch. [details]
    • Brölmann, K. (2017). Brexit en bestaande verdragsverplichtingen. Nederlands Juristenblad, 92(25), 1748-1750. [1332]. [details]

    2016

    • Brölmann, C. (2016). Interpretation of the Agreement of 25 March 1951 between the WHO and Egypt, Advisory Opinion, [1980] ICJ Rep 73. In C. Ryngaert, I. F. Dekker, R. A. Wessel, & J. Wouters (Eds.), Judicial Decisions on the Law of International Organizations (pp. 245-254). Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/law/9780198743620.001.0001 [details]
    • Brölmann, C., & Radi, Y. (2016). Introduction: International lawmaking in a global world. In C. Brölmann, & Y. Radi (Eds.), Research handbook on the theory and practice of international lawmaking (pp. 1-9). (Research handbooks in international law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781781953228.00007 [details]

    2014

    • Brölmann, C., & Vandamme, T. (2014). Secession within the Union: intersection points of international and European law. In C. Brölmann, & T. Vandamme (Eds.), Secession within the Union: intersection points of international and European law: collected think pieces (pp. 5-9). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance, Amsterdam Centre for International Law. [details]
    • Brölmann, C., & Vandamme, T. (Eds.) (2014). Secession within the Union: intersection points of international and European law: collected think pieces. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance, Amsterdam Centre for International Law. [details]
    • Brölmann, C., van Alebeek, R., den Heijer, M., & Nollkaemper, A. (Eds.) (2014). Jurisprudentie en documentatie internationaal publiekrecht. (6e ed.) (Boom jurisprudentie en documentatie). Den Haag: Boom Juridische uitgevers. [details]

    2013

    • Brölmann, C., van Alebeek, R., den Heijer, M., Nollkaemper, A., & Vermeer, A. (Eds.) (2013). Jurisprudentie en documentatie internationaal publiekrecht. - 5e dr. (Boom jurisprudentie en documentatie). Den Haag: Boom Juridische uitgevers. [details]

    2012

    • Brölmann, K., & Nijman, J. (2012). Rechtstreekse werking verdragen goed voor Nederland. Openbaar Bestuur, 22(6), 13-15. [details]

    2011

    • Brölmann, K. (2011). Het constitutionele perspectief en de 'coming of age' van internationale organisaties. In J. H. Reestman, A. Schrauwen, M. van Montfrans, & J. Jans (Eds.), De regels en het spel: opstellen over recht, filosofie, literatuur en geschiedenis aangeboden aan Tom Eijsbouts (pp. 73-85). Den Haag: T.M.C. Asser Press. [details]

    2018

    • Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken, Wessel, R. A., van den Herik, L. J., Brölmann, C. M., den Dekker, G. R., de Hoogh, A. J. J., ... Roosenboom, A. E. (2018). Briefadvies inzake het streven naar onafhankelijkheid van de Koerdische Autonome Regio in Irak in het licht van de Montevideo-criteria. (CAVV Advies; No. 31). Den Haag: Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken. [details]
    • d' Aspremont, J. (Author), Brölmann, C. (Author), & Lythgoe, G. (Author). (2018). Do We Need Another Database of International Law Documents?. Web publication/site, EJIL: Talk!. Retrieved from https://www.ejiltalk.org/do-we-need-another-database-of-international-law-documents/#more-15981 [details]

    2017

    • Brölmann, C. (2017). Legal assessment of the COTIF revision procedure and of possibilities for its amendment. Berne: OTIF. [details]
    • Brölmann, C. M. (2017). Internationaal recht. In A. van Montfort (Ed.), Hoofdstukken recht voor niet-juristen: inleiding recht voor bedrijf en overheid (3 ed., pp. 399-422). (Boom Juridische studieboeken). Den Haag: Boom Juridisch. [details]
    • Brölmann, C., & Kuzmenko, A. (2017). La révision de la procédure de modification de la COTIF au prisme du droit international public. Bulletin des transports internationaux ferroviaires, 125(3), 13-18. [details]
    • Brölmann, C., & Kuzmenko, A. (2017). Review of the COTIF Amendment Procedure: Assessment of the Public International Law Dimension. Bulletin of International Carriage by Rail, 125(3), 13-17. [details]
    • Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken, Wessel, R. A., van den Herik, L. J., Brölmann, C. M., den Dekker, G. R., de Hoogh, A. J. J., ... Rosenboom, A. E. (2017). Advies inzake de identificatie van internationaal gewoonterecht. (CAVV Advies; No. 29). Den Haag: Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken. [details]
    • Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken, Wessel, R. A., van den Herik, L. J., Brölmann, C. M., den Dekker, G. R., de Hoogh, A. J. J., ... Rosenboom, A. E. (2017). Advies inzake de latere overeenstemming en latere praktijk met betrekking tot de interpretatie van verdragen. (CAVV Advies; No. 30). Den Haag: Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken. [details]

    2016

    • Brölmann, C. (2016). Public International Law - steel frame or safety net? ESIL Newsletter, 2016(July), [2]. [details]
    • Brölmann, C. M., & Beets, R., (2016). Case Note: Netherlands Supreme Court (No 14/01783: Anonymous v. Public Prosecutor): ILDC 2571 (NL 2015) , (International Law in Domestic Courts).
    • Globalization TrendLab 2016 (The Lauder Institute-Wharton School), Abrahami, R., Anderson, T. L., Balaban, M., Barragán-Ocaña, A., Brölmann, C., ... Wu, H. (2016). Water: Scarcity, Excess and the Geopolitics of Allocation. (Globalization TrendLab; Vol. 2016). Philadelphia: Lauder Institute, University of Pennsylvania. [details]

    2015

    • Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken, Werner, W. G., van den Herik, L. J., Brölmann, C. M., den Dekker, G. R., Oude Elferink, A. G., ... Wessel, R. A. (2015). Advies inzake Aansprakelijkheid van Internationale Organisaties. (Advies - CAVV; No. 27). Den Haag: Commissie van Advies inzake Volkenrechtelijke Vraagstukken. [details]

    2014

    2013

    2012

    2011

    Prijs

    • Brölmann, C. M. (2012). Grant/hosting arrangement for research project 'Images of communality in international law'.

    Tijdschriftredactie

    • Brölmann, C. (editor in chief) (2017-). Oxford International Organizations (OXIO) (Journal).
    • Brölmann, C. (member of editorial board) (2014-). Polish Review of International and European Law (Journal).
    • Brölmann, C. (member of editorial board) (2012-). Editoriale Scientifica (Publisher).
    • Brölmann, C. (member of editorial board) (2007-). International Community Law Review (Journal).

    Spreker

    • Brölmann, C. (keynote speaker) (19-2-2020). Periodisation in the history of IOs, University of Nottingham.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (24-1-2020). Countering fragmentation: SDG 6 and international water law, University of Salzburg.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (10-7-2019). 'Noblesse et servitude’, Carnegie Foundation, le Club de Droit International, Asser Institute.
    • Brölmann, C. (keynote speaker) (27-6-2019). Contractual freedom and institutional constraint - lawmaking in IOs at the cutting face of the law of treaties and institutional law, Chinese University of Political Science and Law.
    • Brölmann, C. (keynote speaker) (21-6-2019). ‘International Organizations Coming of Age as International Legal Actors and the Implications for IFIs’, Asian Infrastrusture Investment Bank.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (24-5-2019). Is the classical paradigm of state practice and opinio juris still valid today?, First ECTPIL and TRICI-Law Conference The Theory and Philosophy of Customary International Law and its Interpretation, Groningen, Netherlands.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (15-4-2019). IOs and the Sources of International Law, ILO 100: Law for Social Justice, Geneva, Switzerland.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (6-2-2019). Aspecten van Verdragenrecht, Academie voor Wetgeving - Nederlandse rijksoverheid.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (13-12-2018). Comments on the 'draft Principles on the Protection of Water Infrastructures During and After Armed Conflicts', Expert Roundtable on the 'Geneva List of Principles on the Protection of Water Infrastructures During and After Armed Conflicts', Geneva, Switzerland.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (23-11-2018). Round Table: 'Principles of Shared Responsibility in international law’.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (24-10-2018). ‘Regime complexes in international water law’, An-Najah National University (Law Faculty Annual Conference) , Nablus, Palestine, State of.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (15-9-2018). Conversation with the 2018 ESIL Book Prize Winner, 14th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law, Manchester, United Kingdom.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (14-9-2018). International Organizations and the Dream of Universality, 14th Annual Conference of European Society of International Law: Universality, Manchester, United Kingdom.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (11-9-2018). “Recent Developments with regards to Dispute Settlement and Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations", “Recent Developments with regards to Dispute Settlement and Privileges and Immunities of International Organizations” , The Hague, Netherlands.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (26-6-2018). ‘Equitable access to […] water for all’ - SDG6 as an alternative normative framework to International Water Law, Critical Perspectives on Governance by Sustainable Development Goals , Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Brölmann, C. (keynote speaker) (5-4-2018). The activation of the crime of aggression in the ICC regime: between a contractual and an institutional approach, Club de Droit International.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (27-3-2018). Legal possibilities for amendment of the COTIF revision procedure, 2018 Member States’ Revision Ctee Session, Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF), Berne, Switzerland.
    • Brölmann, C. (keynote speaker) (7-3-2018). Aspecten van Verdragenrecht, Academie voor Wetgeving - Nederlandse rijksoverheid.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (13-2-2018). Brexit en Verdragen, Juridische aspecten van de Brexit, The Hague, Netherlands.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (6-2-2018). ‘Equitable access to […] water for all’ -SDG6 as a connective factor in International Water Law?, Freie Universität Berlin.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (26-1-2018). The Sources Of International Law And The International Law Of Sources, Université Miséricorde, Fribourg, Switzerland.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (14-12-2017). International Organizations as Willful Subjects of International Law, Graduate Institute Geneva.
    • Brölmann, C. (speaker) (4-12-2017). Fundamentals of the Law of Treaties, Rijksoverheid.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (20-10-2017). Territory in late‐modern international law, Conference Borders, Fences, Firewalls: Assessing the changing relationship of territory and institutions, Göttingen, Germany.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (7-9-2017). SDG6 and the contribution to international water law, 13th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law, Naples, Italy.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (3-5-2017). Options for amendment of the OTIF Constituent Treaty specifically in respect of the revision procedure of the COTIF regime, Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (27-1-2017). The Juridical will of international organisations : can IOs ‘have’ opinio juris?, University of Manchester.
    • Brölmann, C. (invited speaker) (23-9-2016). ‘Dynamic interpretation and dynamic regimes: the case of Whaling in the Antarctic’, Queen Mary, University of London.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (speaker) (25-6-2015). PHD Master Class on jurisdiction and the seas, Jus Commune PHD master class, Amsterdam.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (12-6-2015). The Right to Water and the Battle of Paradigms in International Law, Lectures of the Centre for Rights and Justice, Chinese University of Hongkong, Hong Kong.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (3-12-2014). Piercing the institutional veil in the law of international responsibility, Member State Responsibility and International Organizations: Recent Developments, University of Leuven.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (21-11-2014). Investment, trade in services and the right to water and sanitation: ensuring coherence - an answer to S Mathews OHCHR, Measuring Progress: a human rights approach to monitoring access to water and sanitation, Waterlex, SIWI & The Danish Institute for Human Rights - Geneva.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (18-11-2014). Discussant to R Janse, "How deep is your love? The UNGA resolutions on the rule of law at the national and international levels, 2006-post 2015, PSC Seminars, UvA - Paul Scholten Centre for Jurisprudence.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (6-11-2014). Snijvlakken van internationaal recht en Europees recht, Extern optreden van de EU en internationaal recht, Ministerie van BZ - ECER, Den Haag.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (23-10-2014). Discussant to C Rose - "Non-Binding Instruments and the Role of Legislatures in Democratic States", Seminar: Transnational Standards In The Domestic Legal Order: Authority And Legitimacy, Amsterdam, ACELG/CECL/ACIL.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (4-9-2012). Typologies of treaties in international law, Workshop: Conceptual and Contextual Perspectives on the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (September 3, 4 and 5, 2012), University of Nottingham.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (14-6-2012). The institutional veil of international organizations - rules of interpretation, University of Macerata.
    • Brölmann, C. M. (invited speaker) (15-5-2012). Images of communality in international law, lecture series IAS visiting professors, Institute of Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna.

    2017

    • Brölmann, C., & Nijman, J. (2017). Legal Personality as a Fundamental Concept of International Law. (Amsterdam Law School Legal Studies Research Paper; No. 2016-43), (Amsterdam Center for International Law; No. 2016-17). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Center for International Law, University of Amsterdam. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2845222 [details]
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  • Nevenwerkzaamheden
    • Cie Advies VolkenrechtelijkeVraagstukken
      Advies aan Regering en 1e & 2e Kamer over vraagstukken internationaal recht
    • Waterlex, Geneva
      Board of Directors